Social media guidelines

Brief flings: How social media is becoming more short-term

Social networks were never really meant to be long-winded. Twitter has and probably always will limit its users to the SMS-style 140 characters; Facebook cuts statuses off mid-paragraph and encourages you to ‘see more’ instead of displaying the whole thing and TL;DR (too long, didn’t read), a phrase originating well over a decade ago on …Read More

What the new Facebook Pages mean for Public Relations

Come 30th March all Facebook pages will have to make the change whether they’re ready or not. Pages will adopt the Timeline design that users already but with added analytics. But it’s more than just a facelift. There are a number of different types of post that you need to get your head round to …Read More

11 Jan '11

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Footballers need social media training or social media policies creating now

On Sunday Liverpool FC played Manchester Utd in the FA Cup. Liverpool lost but I have to admit the performance was one of the best from them I have seen this season but that isn’t saying much. The fact that they played with 10 men for the majority of the game did bode well though. …Read More